Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, Centre Square, Middlesbrough TS1 2AZ

Chance Finds Us

Chance Finds Us, installation view, Mima (2014)

‘Chance Finds Us’ at Mima, Middlesborough is a loosely affiliated collective of eight artists based in the North East of England that continue to be influenced by the statistical transactions of chance. Review by Michael Mulvihill

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Grey Projects, 6B Kim Tian Road, Tiong Bahru, Singapore, 169246

Seeking/Looking: A Sex Library

Installation view, Seeking/Looking, Grey Projects, Singapore, 2014

In the wake of yet another incident of queer censorship in Singapore, ‘Seeking/Looking: A Sex Library’ is a timely reminder of the importance of alternative reading spaces and practices. Review by Binghao Wong.

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Nottingham Contemporary, Weekday Cross, Nottingham, NG1 2GB

Danh Võ

Installation view, Dahn Vō, Nottingham Contemporary, 2014

Danh Vō’s works are fragments from an inventory that attempts to categorise a life spent between Vietnam, Denmark, Berlin, Frankfurt and New York. Review by Alice Gale-Feeny.

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Louisiana, Gl. Strandvej 13, 3050 Humlebaek, Denmark

Olafur Eliasson: Riverbed

Model room

Eliasson's exhibition gives the viewer the opportunity to think about the aesthetic experience as more than just the encounter between subjects and objects.

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g39, Oxford St, Cardiff, CF24 3DT

Cities of Ash

Cities of Ash, Installation View, g39 Cardiff (2014)

Cities of Ash manifests as a result of tangential thinking on modernism and other factions of the built environment. Review by Bob Gelsthorpe

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BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead Quays, South Shore Road, Gateshead, NE8 3BA

Daniel Buren: Catch as catch can: works in situ

Daniel Buren, Catch as catch can: work in situ, 2014, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art

Although Buren is often described as a conceptual artist, 'Catch as catch can: works in situ' is chiefly a visually stimulating exhibition that depends largely on the subjective choices of the visitor, such as the time of day, or how you might choose to move around the space. Review by Lily Le Brun

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Isabella Bortolozi, Schöneberger Ufer 61 10785 Berlin, Germany Directions

Wu Tsang: A day in the life of bliss

Installation view, Wu Tsang: A day in the life of bliss

In his exhibition at Isabella Bortolozzi in Berlin, Chinese-American performance artist and filmmaker, Wu Tsang, envisions a future where colours and characters are vibrant and neon, yet a dark critique on contemporary society emerges. Review by Harriet Thorpe

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ND Projects, Hurdwick Place, London, NW1 2JE

Thomas Pöhler: The Devonian Window

'The Devonian Window' (2014), installation view at ND Projects

Thomas Pöhler’s solo exhibition, ‘The Devonian Window’, is the artist’s first showing in the UK and the inaugural project for Nick Deimel’s new pop-up gallery space, ND Projects. Review by Will Gresson.

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Jerwood Space, 171 Union Street, Bankside, London, SE1 0LN

Jerwood Makers Open

Giving More to Gain More Series (2014)

The annual Jerwood Makers Prize returns with a focus on conceptual works which relish in pushing the boundaries of applied art. Review by Catrin Davies.

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